Announced on his Facebook page, the fiery-tempered chef even lit up the show’s signature pitchfork as commemoration of the new establishment.
After 19 seasons of Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay is finally setting up a real-life Hell’s Kitchen-themed restaurant so we can all know what it’s like to eat the fruits of high-pressure competition.
However, a small disappointment presents itself in the fact that the restaurant will be located at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas instead of the original neighbourhood in New York. Seems like a huge missed opportunity but we trust the chef knows what he’s doing.
Announcing the news on his Facebook page, the fiery-tempered chef even lit up the show’s signature pitchfork in front of the Caesar’s Palace as commemoration of the upcoming establishment that will seat 300 diners to whom it will serve brunch, dinner and bar bites.
True to the show, yes, there will be a red kitchen and a blue kitchen, and the food will be recipes featured on the series.
“Fans of the show have been asking us to bring a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant to life since day one,” Ramsay was reported as saying. “A key element of the show’s success has always been the diners’ experience, so we are excited for guests in Las Vegas to feel like they too are part of the show – flames and all.”
Construction on the restaurant will begin this summer with an expected opening date this winter. For ongoing updates and more information, please visit www.caesarspalace.com.
Wonder if Ramsay himself will be present to scream at the chefs?